Growing a Fall Heirloom Vegetable Garden 2012 #3

This this segment I will take you on an exploration of our Fall Vegetable Garden in Dallas, Texas. Zone 8a. Looking at each variety of plant and seeing them …
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10 Responses to “Growing a Fall Heirloom Vegetable Garden 2012 #3”

  1. You are doing a great job with your mini farm there, Brandon! I love it how you are so organized with the whole planting area. And the veggies seem to be very happy and dance in under the sunlight. I enjoyed watching the vid alot. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Thanks for watching!

  3. your garden looks great! I subscribed! I can’t believe I missed your videos before. they are nice :) keep us posted!

  4. I set out transplant at the end of August. Check out the first video…Growing a Fall Heirloom Vegetable Garden 2012 #1
    watch?v=zuYbH7SW70g

  5. Did you plant from seed or use transplants? What date did you plant for your fall garden? Your garden looks great!!!

  6. That’s what we have been doing; cutting what we need. YUM! Thanks!

  7. Yes you can plant many things right now in the Fall. A local nursery will have plants in stock that you can grow now! Lettuce, Swiss chard, Kale, cabbage, broccoli, garlic are just a few Go for it!

  8. MrsCconversation Piece Reply September 16, 2013 at 10:01 pm

    Ps I’m starting in containers

  9. MrsCconversation Piece Reply September 16, 2013 at 10:39 pm

    Hi Brandon I live in north Dallas and I am very interested in gardening. Is there anything veggies that I can still start with our current weather? I’m going to the nursery on Sunday.

  10. the swiss chard is a lot like lettuce, the more you harvest the more chard you get…